Microsoft announced that Office team has signed off on Office 2013 RTM (Release to Manufacturing) build. Reaching RTM milestone means that Microsoft has completed its testing phase.
According to Microsoft, general availability of Office 2013 is planned for the first quarter of 2013. If a consumer purchases Office 2010 from local retailers or re-sellers, starting October 19, they will receive the new Office for free upon release. In addition, a preview release of the new Office will be available on Windows RT devices after Windows 8 launches on October 26.
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